Buxton Manor, part of the North Adelaide Heritage Group is a glorious, romantic, vintage, large mansion built in 1908.
It’s surrounded by half an acre of manicured gardens and houses a collection of Australian antiques and memorabilia.
Enjoy open fires (extra cost), polished spruce floors, decorative fireplaces, marbleised ceilings, rag rolled faux paint finishes, ornate ceiling roses, gilt mirrors, sumptuous antique beds and ducted air conditioning. It lies in the heart of the exclusive historic area of North Adelaide, part of the city of Adelaide. One of the fathers of the Australian constitution Sir Josiah Symons lived in the manor during the winter months tended by his butler, chauffeur, cook and maids.
Located on the Connector Free Bus route – the world’s first solar electric bus.
North Adelaide Heritage Group is a 2018 Fodor’s Choice recipient – for the fourteenth year in a row.
Aboriginal Culture Air Conditioning Alarm Clock Art & Culture Australian Tourism Accreditation Australian Tourism Export Council Barbeque Bath Blankets Carpark CD Player Currency Exchange Dryer DVD/Bluray Player Electric Blankets Food & Wine Hairdryer Heating History & Heritage Hosted Accommodation Australia International Laundry Microwave Non Smoking Not Available Outdoor Furniture Private Bathroom Refrigerator Tea/Coffee making facilities Television Tour Desk Washing Machine
Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 11:00 am